Laura Maria Labrado (on far left), daughter of Ladies in White founder, Laura Pollan, helps lead a Ladies in White march in Havana, Cuba, on behalf of political prisoners. The group says some of its members were arrested this morning to prevent them from attending the demonstration.
Laura Maria Labrado (on far left), daughter of Ladies in White founder, Laura Pollan, helps lead a Ladies in White march in Havana, Cuba, on behalf of political prisoners. The group says some of its members were arrested this morning to prevent them from attending the demonstration. Franco Ordonez/MCT
Laura Maria Labrado (on far left), daughter of Ladies in White founder, Laura Pollan, helps lead a Ladies in White march in Havana, Cuba, on behalf of political prisoners. The group says some of its members were arrested this morning to prevent them from attending the demonstration. Franco Ordonez/MCT

25 detained in Cuba, dissident Ladies in White say

March 25, 2012 05:42 PM

UPDATED March 26, 2012 06:44 AM

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